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How Animals Impact Regenerative Agriculture Efforts

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  • By using regenerative land management that incorporates livestock, you can increase organic matter in the soil back to healthy levels within a couple of decades
  • By urinating and defecating on the land, livestock provide important nourishment for soil microbes. Their hooves also help break up hardened topsoil, allowing grass seed to take root
  • Good animal welfare includes creating an environment in which the animals can express instinctive behavior. Cows were born to roam and graze. Chickens were born to scratch and peck

By Dr. Mercola

I recently visited Will Harris' farm White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, Georgia. Harris is a pioneer of grass-fed products and what he calls "a kinder, gentler agriculture."

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